UVM Staffers Vote To Unionize

Hundreds of University of Vermont employees have voted in favor of union representation but haven’t given a clear majority to either union on the ballot.

Union Vote At UVM

About 800 staff workers at the University of Vermont are slated to vote this week on whether to join a union.

UVM’s Sullivan Says Focus Will Be On Communication

The University of Vermont’s new President started work this week, and he’s hitting the ground running. Tom Sullivan is a former Provost of the University of Minnesota. VPR’s Mitch Wertlieb had a chance to sit down with President Sullivan to discuss in greater detail his plans for UVM, and the most daunting challenges he’s identified.

New UVM President Spends His First Day On The Job

Monday was the first official day on the job for the new president of the University of Vermont, who held a news conference at the Waterman Building to outline his vision for the university. Thomas Sullivan succeeds Daniel Fogel, who resigned as president of UVM last summer after a nine-year tenure.

New UVM President On The Job

The University of Vermont’s new president is starting his new job today. Monday marks the first day in the office for new President E. Thomas Sullivan.

Former Vermont Hockey Player Sues School

A former University of Vermont hockey star is suing the university claiming he was unfairly cut from the team. Justin Milo is seeking unspecified damages in a federal lawsuit filed last week in Burlington.